Summer is coming and Memorial Day Weekend kicks off a whole new season of awesome fun cheap dates that are possible. What’s the difference between a "cheap" date and a fun cheap date? It’s all about the planning, execution and respect for what men and women both need. Read on to learn how you can have a great time on a budget!
DATING ADVICE FOR MEN & WOMEN
Dating coach Lisa Shultz discusses one of most important parts of dating: the rules! Should you follow dating rules or should you just follow your instincts? Read on to see what Shultz has to say about this commonly discussed dating debate.
Dating coach David Wygant encourages you to put down your phone and get alert. When you're paying attention to what you're doing and with whom you're doing it with, your chances of finding love will multiple.
These three-step process of questions to ask yourself will empower you to make your own personal rules on when to have sex with a new partner. You can make your own rules on when to have sex with a new partner and your rules may be very different from what the experts are suggesting. Read on to see the questions you should ask yourself before you get intimate.
American Airlines' passenger takes to Twitter in hopes to get a missed love connection back on track in order to be reunited with the one who she claims to be her "future husband"
“Why are you still single?” I am often asked. I finally have a good answer…I have not yet been claimed! What do I mean? I want a man to say, “I want you” and then act that part. I crave to be claimed! Verbally telling me sounds great and consistent behavior feels amazing!
Is your mother in the way of your relationship? These effective communication techniques are necessary to keep your love afloat and the boundaries in tact.
The Secret To Why Men Don’t Commit. Have you been in a relationship or are curtly in one now dealing with a guy that just can’t commit to you what so ever? Do you find that he always seems distant and acts like he loves you but then a week later he is questioning if the two of you should even be together?
If you really like someone you'll want to talk about everything under the sun together. But our dating expert explains what conversation dos and don'ts you should follow for the first few dates. Hint: keep it light!
Being successful comes with a slew of traits that get you ahead in most arenas of life, but it can damage your chances at remaining vulnerable enough to find love. This dating coach dishes an eye-opener.
Most dating singles are skeptical about marriage going the distance, because America has the highest divorce rates in the world. Over half of first marriages end in divorce, with even higher divorce rates for second through forth marriages. Clearly, the love that draws couples together in marriage can't keep half of married couples together through challenging times. How do couples beat the odds and bulletproof a marriage? Understand the true answer to this love test: Is love real or a delusion?
YourTango expert Charles J. Orlando is taking over our Facebook page on May 15 at 1 PM to answer all your questions on dating, relationships and men. But before he gets to your questions, we had the chance to ask him a couple of ours.
Discover why some couples get stuck in the early infatuation stage and never create a true, lasting love in highlights of my radio conversation for A Lasting Love with Ross Rosenberg. He’s a veteran psychotherapist-author Human Magnet Syndrome-Why We Love People Who Hurt Us.
So there you are, the date is coming to a close, you're in the car or walking her back to her house from Muni. Heart is pounding. Sweat breaks out across your brow even though it's a characteristic 52 degrees in San Francisco. You've planned out the perfect kiss but are still nervous as hell as to whether she's going to be down and reciprocate. The moment comes, you close your eyes and against better judgement lean in...
I remember once conversing with my late mother when I was young, and she confessed that she felt "old" when she got engaged. I was like, "Really? You were not even thirty years of age yet!" (my late mother was 27 when my father proposed to her). She said in her generation, most women's biggest fear was to grow old and become labeled as an "old maid" and/or a "spinster," two unflattering terms used to describe women who were 35 years of age or older who had never married and never had any children.